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The 'Standard Yacht' Egg ~ made in 1909 for Tsar Nicholas as an Easter gift to his wife, Czarina Alexandra Fyodovna. One of the few eggs that has never left Russia.

Unknown Egg 4, before 1896. 4 colors of gold (pink, yellow, green, very light green) and white gold (or platinum?); 340 diamonds (11,9 carats in total); 28 cabochon rubies (total 1,1 carats); weight 388 gm (12,47 ounces). Kept in Ottawa, Canada (private collection).

The 'Renaissance' Faberge Egg ~ made in 1894 for Alexander III to give to his wife, Empress Maria Feodorvna. It was the last egg Alexander presented to her before his untimely death eight months later. It is thought that the surprise inside the egg was a strand of pearls. It is one of the few Faberge eggs designed to sit sideways. This egg was sold in 1930 but brought back to Russia in 2004 by the Velselberg Foundation.

1910 Alexander III Equestrian Egg

Carl Faberge Egg

loveisspeed.......: Carl Faberge Eggs..

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The Faberge 'Cuckoo' egg, given by Tsar Nicholas II to his mother in 1900

A Fabergé egg is not just for Easter - Telegraph

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Romanov 1913 Tercentenary Faberge Egg

1913 Year.Tercentary.Portraits,photos,celebrations,daily routine

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  • Paula Riesco
    Paula Riesco

    Que extraordinario!,, dónde puedo encontrar un foto/video en que se puedaapreciarr el mundo, que esta guardado en el interior

Faberge Imperial Easter Egg - 1910 Alexander III Equestrian

The Dowager (or Imperial Pelican) Fabergé egg, is a jewelled Easter egg[1] made under the supervision of the Russian jeweller Peter Carl Fabergé in 1898.[2] The egg was made for Nicholas II of Russia, who presented it to his mother, the Dowager Empress Maria Feodorovna on Easter 1898.

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Pink Faberge Egg

Faberge Egg with Horse Carousel.

Easter 1901 - Tsar Nicholas II presents the Flower Basket Egg to Tsaritsa Alexandra

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Easter, 1902 - The Clover Leaf Egg presented to the Tsaritsa by her loving husband, Tsar Nicholas II

Faberge crystal egg

Fabergé, 1907. This gold egg in the Louis XVI style, is enameled translucent pale blue and decorated with a band composed of painted enamel roses and translucent emerald green enameled leaves, panels of oyster enamel and bands of scrolls and acanthus in colored gold.

The Alexander Palace Faberge egg

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Faberge Imperial Egg.

  • Olaf Smits
    Olaf Smits

    Beautiful

Gatchina Palace Fabergé Egg,1901, presented by Nicholas II to Dowager Empress Maria Fyodorovna.

Peter the Great Easter Egg - 1903 - by Fabergé - Given by Tsar Nicholas II to the Tsaritsa Alexandra. Every Easter (except 1904 and 1905, when Russia was at war with Japan) he gave a Faberge Egg to her and to his mother, the Dowager Empress Maria Feodorovna

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